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Study, the act of applying oneself in order to learn. Although study is usually thought of as learning through reading, it might also involve observation, research (such as searching for materials in a library), and the practice of certain skills (such as typing).

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  • 10 Famous Commencement Speeches

    10 Famous Commencement Speeches

    Fellow graduates, as you go forward and seize the day, we pause to consider some less-clichéd and far more memorable commencement speeches given over the years. See more »

  • Can I become an expert in my field using MIT OpenCourseWare?

    Can I become an expert in my field using MIT OpenCourseWare?

    One of the top ten U.S. universities wants to give you an education -- for free. The only catch? You won't get a diploma. See more »

  • How Becoming a Doctor Works

    How Becoming a Doctor Works

    Becoming a doctor isn't easy. Many teens dream of this profession early on, but high school grades, MCATs and medical school all play into the equation. Find out about the realities, struggles and rewards of becoming, and then being, a doctor. See more »

  • How Becoming a Lawyer Works

    How Becoming a Lawyer Works

    Becoming a lawyer is a difficult but rewarding process. Learn how to prepare for the LSAT and to choose the right school. See more »

  • How Campus Communication Technology Works

    How Campus Communication Technology Works

    E-mail, instant messaging and the Internet have transformed college students' expectations. Learn how colleges are using new technology on campus. See more »

  • How Classroom Video Conferencing Works

    How Classroom Video Conferencing Works

    The teacher's voice fades, your pencil drops and your eyes close. Sound familiar? Classroom video conferencing is one teaching tool that could keep you awake. It might even get you excited about learning. See more »

  • How Continuing Education Classes Work

    How Continuing Education Classes Work

    Doctors, lawyers and other professionals take continuing education courses to stay current professionally. Learn how they find these courses. See more »

  • How E-learning Works

    How E-learning Works

    E-learning has the ability to turn any computer into a classroom. Explore the dynamic world of e-learning! See more »

  • How edX Works

    How edX Works

    In 2012, MIT and Harvard joined forces to create edX, a nonprofit offering free online college classes from some of the world's top universities. How does it make money? See more »

  • How Geniuses Work

    How Geniuses Work

    Spotting a genius is pretty easy -- without a doubt, Einstein, Newton and Mozart all qualify. But exactly what makes a person a genius is harder to puzzle out. See more »

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